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Being Black in Corporate America: An Intersectional Exploration

Corporate America needs to awaken to the challenges faced by black professionals. Black professionals are more likely to encounter prejudice and microaggressions than any other racial or ethnic group in the workplace. They are also less likely than their white counterparts to have access to senior leaders and support from their managers. Yet few white professionals see what their black colleagues are up against. In Being Black in Corporate America: An Intersectional Exploration, the Center for Talent Innovation delivers a multifaceted analysis on the obstacles that prevent many black professionals from reaching the C-Suite. This ground-breaking research hands top leaders approaches and best practices to advance and retain black professionals. By absorbing and acting on this research, employers can create transformative solutions that will generate meaningful change. The findings in this report are essential for all professionals and leaders.  (12/9/2019, Report - 75 pages)

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Sponsors: Danaher, Interpublic Group, Johnson & Johnson, KPMG, Morgan Stanley, Pfizer, Unilever, The Walt Disney Company

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